AP World History Syllabus, 2011-12 School Year

Brief Description of Course: My AP World History class will follow the College Board’s suggested curriculum designed to parallel college-level World History courses. My AP World History course will examine world history from 8000 BC to the present with the aim of helping my students develop a greater understanding of the evolution of global processes and contracts and how different human societies have interacted. This course will highlight the nature of changes in an international context and explore their causes and continuity.
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The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, AP Edition, Bulliet et al, 2011, 5th Edition, Wadsworth. • The World That Trade Created: Society, Culture, and the World Economy, 1400 to the Present, (1.5 - "Treating good news as no news" & 1.9 "How the other half traded") Pomeranz & Topek, 2nd edition (October 31, 2005) • The Landscape of History: How Historians Map the Past, (VI, pages 66--68) John Lewis Gaddis, Oxford university Press, 2004 • This Fleeting World: A short History of Humanity, (Pages 76-77 - "Global Upheavel") David Christian, Berkshire Publishing Group, 2007 • Salt: A World History, (Chapter 21 - "Salt and the Great Soul") Mark Kulansky, Penguin Books, 2002 • "Guns, Germs, and Steel" (Chapter 4 - "Farmer Power") Jared Diamond, Norton Publishing, 2005 used to examine findings/methods from anther discipline - biology. • Primary Source Reader for World History, Volumes 1 & 2, Cynthia Kosso, Wadsworth • Visual Sources in World History, Prentice Hall, 2011 • Map Workbook for World History, Volumes 1 & 2, Elsa Nystrom, Wadsworth • Student resources (primary, secondary, maps, charts, etc) for textbook available on the eBook. Course Requirements:  Prepare to take the AP Exam May 17th, 2012.  Attend class daily arriving on time.  Read the textbook - I know this may sound like an obvious comment (not worthy of mention) but it is easy to fall behind and trying to get by in class without reading is a recipe for frustration. Taking notes while reading will help keep you brain focused.  Take Notes - You should have a spiral notebook to keep your notes in. See my notes handout for the proper format. Notes are due as outlined on the pacing guide below (usually on Tuesdays).  Study Groups - Study groups are a key ingredient to success in complex classes. The first step and perhaps the trickiest part is selecting a place to meet. You will need to find a place where you won't have a great deal of distractions. The library or a friend's house (one who has a parent that makes great snacks is a bonus and worthy of consideration) will usually fit the bill, whereas a local coffee shop may be bad (too many distractions). The next critical step is picking the group members. Find a group where the members of the group challenge one another and can stay focused on studying. Study groups should not be social groups. Having a good study guide is a great focus point to keep your group on track. Besides reviewing the weekly readings/assignments, use your small group to discuss the chapter activities/questions I post on my blog.  Make-up work when absent. The schedule is listed below, so missed assignments will be your responsibility to determine and complete.  Actively participate in class and complete all assignments thoroughly and promptly.  GRADING SCALE: The course falls under the OHHS AP grading scale. Failure to maintain a C average at the semester may lead to you being transferred out of the course and into the regular World History class. If at any time you are having problems with the course please come in for help either before or after school and at lunch or if you have a free period and schedule it with me before hand during my prep period. 100-90 A 76-75 B64-55 D 89-85 A74-73 C+ <54% F 84-83 B+ 73-67 C 82-77 B 66-65 C-

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What made you put the answer you chose? C) What is the correct answer? D) How do you know? Provide evidence (page number).  Chapter tests will follow the completion of each chapter of the textbook and usually given on Fridays. No recording devices (electronic. late work is due no later than the last school day of the week in which it is due at 75% credit. 1. people. or other cultural creations from one civilization to others. o Short answer questions o Interpretation . Failure to follow and perform each step will result in zero points being rewarded. ideas. o Common Phenomena – natural or historic events and developments that two or more societies have.written arguments made up a thesis supported by relevant historical evidence.AP World History Syllabus. I will give you 100% on the multiple choice section of that chapter test. paper. If you get 80% or better on the chapter reading quiz. Expect 45 seconds per question. 2012 Page 2 of 18 . As the semester goes along. o Diffusion – the spread of natural elements.short excerpts from document to encourage document analysis using SOAPStone. Questions will fall into one of the following categories: o Big Picture – timeline of the most important events of those under study. accompanied by a written explanation of their ultimate significance. Chapter tests will be consist of the following: o Multiple choice questions. Following the AP exams. etc. Groups will illustrate that question and present it to the class. o Syncretism – mixing of two or more cultures resulting in something new o Comparison – comparing two or more things. artifacts. In order to receive the points back you must complete the following steps and staple them to the back of the chapter quiz they apply to. What are they pertaining to? B) Explain why you missed the question. I will have the test available for students to review after school. and comparative questions mirroring those you will see on the AP exam. 2. Essays will come in the forms found on the AP Exam: DBQ (sources will be found in the test). and are timed events.On Tuesdays after the reading quizzes students will break up into small groups. April 12. Student work on major assessments (turned in) that is not up to the teacher’s standard can be redone within two weeks to earn up to 75% credit.) are allowed during this time. Major Assignments/Assessments:  Chapter reading quizzes: will be held weekly. 2011-12 School Year   Late work policy: Because of the nature of the course. the size of Chapter tests will increase in depth and size.  2nd Semester Book Report. Chapter Test Correction Format: Students may fix chapter quizzes to retrieve 50% of the points missed. Books have to be at least 400 pages long. students will be expected to read and complete a book report on one of the books found on those listed on the Book Report Handout. continuity & change over time. o Test review .20% Current as of Thursday. they will decide which question best illustrates the chapter. o Essays . o Key term definitions.  1st Semester Final Exam will mirror the AP World History exam and administered at the end of the 1st semester (26-27 January 2012).on the day prior to the test (typically Thursday).25% o HW/Class Work . or several books from the list can be combined to achieve the required 400 pages. Answers: A) Describe the answer choices.20% o Illustrating World History . are made up of multiple choice questions. pen.  Illustrating World History .  Grading Scale: o Writing . Write the Question: Analyze the question and highlight three key words that the question is asking you. and using the questions at the end of their chapter notes.

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Using primary and secondary sources you will describe. dates. April 12. and evaluate:  Multiple historical developments within a society in various chronological and geographical contexts  One or more developments across or between different societies in various chronological and geographical contexts. analyze. Current as of Thursday. 4. and evaluate the relationship between cause and effect. Through various eras/regions in world history you will identify. Chronological reasoning. points of view. and create diverse interpretations of the past using analysis of evidence. evaluate. 2011-12 School Year Content/Skills Taught: my course will develop four historical thinking skills: 1. reasoning. Your familiarity with world history will allow you to make historical arguments based upon evidence from diverse sources. Historical interpretation and synthesis. or changes that taking place in regions. Comparison and contextualization. You will describe. 3. You will learn to categorize timeframes in history based upon turning points. and frames of reference.AP World History Syllabus. compare and contrast. analyze. Crafting historical arguments from historical evidence. 2. contexts. 2012 Page 4 of 18 .

Global Conflicts and Their Consequences. 5.3. and interaction of: agriculture and pastoral production. and technology.Examine the major elements of the Columbian Exchange and how it affected both Amerindians and Europeans. Key Concept 5. E .3. empires. Increased Economic Productive Capacity and Its Consequences. Globalizing Networks of Communication and Exchange. global structures and organizations. P . Period 1: Technological and environmental transformations. 1900 to the present.1. AP World History Themes: We will use the AP World History themes throughout the course to identify the broad patterns and processes that explain change and continuity over time. ideologies. caravan and sea routes. Expansion and Intensification of Communication and Exchange Networks.  Example of an activity using this: Chapter 6 .creation.AP World History Syllabus. family and kinship. Key Concept 4. 2012 Page 5 of 18 . Key Concept 6. arts and architecture. New Forms of Social Organization and Modes of Production.1 The development and codification of religious and cultural traditions. pastoral and urban societies. Continuity and Innovation of State Forms and Their Interactions.2. Key Concept 4. expansion. science/technology. 2. 1750 to 1900.2 The development of states and empires. Key Concept 1. expansion. April 12. Imperialism and Nation State Formation.3. 2011-12 School Year Key Concepts: The following 19 concepts will be intertwined with the AP Themes and used throughout the course to achieve a depth of world history knowledge. nations and nationalism.Examine how the following played a role under the Sui and Tang: market roads. racial and ethnic constructions. trade and commerce. patterns of settlement. Revolution and Reform. migration. the Grand Canal.3 The development and interactions of early agricultural.Economic systems .Social structures development and transformation: gender roles and relations. Key Concept 2.1.3 Emergence of transregional networks of communication and exchange. Key Concept 6.2.  Example of an activity using this: Chapter 1 . industrialization. transregional. Key Concept 5. Key Concept 4. Key Concept 3. Key Concept 2. Key Concept 3. Global Migration. to 600 BCE Chapters 1-3 Period 2: Organization and reorganization of human societies. Key Concept 5. 600 CE to 1450 Chapters 8-15 Period 4: Global interactions. Key Concept 1.Examine the role that religion played in driving the forces of exploration from Europe. S .4.  Example of an activity using this: Chapter 15 . State Consolidation and Imperial Expansion. Science and the Environment. labor systems.3. long-distant roads.Examine the changes in status and experience of women as Mesopotamian society developed into a civilization.Describe the rise and importance of the Mauryan Empire. belief systems. Chapters 21-26 Period 6: Accelerating global change and realignments. capitalism and socialism. and conflict: political structures and forms of governance. Their titles have been manipulated to form the acronym SPICE. New Conceptualizations of Global Economy. revolts and revolutions. Industrialization and Global Capitalism. Key Concept 3. Key Concept 6. Society and Culture. Chapters 27-33 Key Concept 1. 3. I . 600 BCE to 600CE.Interaction between humans and the environment: demography and disease.1. Chapters 4-7 Period 3: Regional and transregional interactions. 1450 to 1750 Chapters 16-20 Period 5: Industrialization and global integration.Politics .  Example of an activity using this: Chapter 17 .  Example of an activity using this: Chapter 10 . Key Concept 2.State building. regional.1.Cultures development and interaction: religion.2.2. Current as of Thursday. Nationalism. 4. philosophies.1 Big geography and the peopling of the earth.2 The Neolithic Revolution and early agricultural societies. Key Concept 5. 1. C . social and economic classes.

Wall relief from the Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh o Visual . 3500-1500BCE  Document 2 . purpose. Polytheisms. but representative of earlier Babylonian beliefs and practices.Ancient Greece o Text . o Analyze the pair of sources . 2200-250 BCE  Sources o The Book of Documents (text) o Egyptian throne of Tutankhamen (visual) o A scene from the Egyptian afterlife (visual)  Activities o Compare and contrast the political and social structures of two early civilizations:  Mesoamerica  The Indus Valley  Mesopotamia o DBQ 1: Evaluate how geography influenced the roles that religion and politics played in ancient societies in Afro-Eurasia. population during the Agricultural Revolution.Source: Hymn to Aten.  Document 1 . 2575-1070 BCE  Document 5 .Map: Early Civilizations.Hammurabi's Code (text) & Hammurabi Stele (visual) o Using "Guns.How does Enkidu propel Gilgamesh on a quest for immortality. and is the quest successful? o Examine the changes in status and experience of women as Mesopotamian society developed into a civilization. April 12. o Compare and contrast Judaism.Map: Ancient Egypt. audience. in particular artifacts from the first and second temples.The Trojan hero Hector prepares to meet his destiny o Text .Moses descends Mt.Students will examine /discuss archeologist findings related to the Temple mound in Jerusalem. point of view. Germs. 3rd century BCE.Source: Mandate of Heaven.  Document 3 . Sinai with the 10 commandments o Visual . Chapter 2: New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. analyze food production vs. Use the "Document analysis using SOAPStone" handout on each of the documents to identify: speaker.A Lyric Poem Laments an Absent Lover o Text . the Egyptian sun-god  Document 4 .Source: Description of Babylonian New Year's festival. and the applicable AP world history theme(s). and Daoism Chapter 4: Greece and Iran. 2012 Page 6 of 18 . occasion. Confucianism. tone. subject.AP World History Syllabus.Tophet of Carthage  Activities o Archaeology . and Steel" (Chapter 4 .Apologia Current as of Thursday. 1000-30 BCE  Sources o Map . Hinduism. 2011-12 School Year Unit Name / Time Frame: Chapter 1: From the Origins of Agriculture to the first River-Valley Civilizations  Sources o The Epic of Gilgamesh (text) o Hymn to the Nile (text)  Activities o Using the "The Epic of Gilgamesh" . 6th century BCE Chapter 3: The Mediterranean and Middle East."Farmer Power") by biologist Jared Diamond. 2000-500 BCE  Sources o Text . What additional kind(s) of documents would help you analyze the complex relationship between ancient humans and the environment? For this and subsequent DBQ's you will need to develop written arguments that have a thesis supported by relevant historical evidence.Persian Empire o Map .

2011-12 School Year Text .Map: Han China.Map: Asia trade and communication routes  Document 5 . How did one's status within society influence one's perspective of events in that society? What kinds of additional document(s) would help analyze the effects of increased social complexity?  Document 1 .Text: Indian Ocean sailing itinerary of unknown Greco-Egyptian merchant. science & technology o DBQ 2: Analyze the causes and effects of social inequality during the Classical Age (1000 BCE .Text: Excerpts from the Book of Amos. 2012 Page 7 of 18 .Ancient India o Text .600 CE  Sources o Map .220 CE  Document 3 .Hellenistic Civilization  Activities o Change Over Time: Using chart 4.Aristotle on Politics Map .Lessons for women  Activities o Compare and contrast the Classical civilizations of Greece & Rome in terms of the following characteristics:  Political Developments  Social & gender structures  Art. 1500 BCE .Man of unlimited ambition: Julius Caesar o Map . Trace significant impacts in two of the following areas:  Technological  Economic  Religious o DBQ 3 : Analyze the relationship between technology and the development of large Eurasian empires up to the year 600 CE  Document 1 .500 CE). April 12.600 CE  Sources o Text .Map: Economic aspect of the Roman Empire. 206 BCE . 1st century CE o o Current as of Thursday. 1000 BCE  Document 4 . 750 BCE  Document 3 .2.Text: Inscription at Behistun. by Persian king Darius. 300 BCE . 520 BCE  Document 6 .Visual: Vase painting depicting women at an Athenian fountain house.Han China o Text . 500 BCE  Document 5 .Southeast Asia  Activities o Describe the rise and importance of the Mauryan Empire.Rig Veda o Map .Visual: Wall relief from the Palace of Sennacherib at Nineveh  Document 2 .Text: Unnamed Babylonian document.Text: Greek historian Herodotus describing Persian king Xerxes (486-465 BCE) ordering a bridge to be built to transport his troops over the Hellespont strait. modern-day Iran.AP World History Syllabus.600 CE  Sources o Asian trade and communication routes (map) o Africa & trans-Saharan trade routes (map)  Activities o The Silk Road brought transformations across Asia.Visual: Roman aqueduct near Tarragona constructed 98-116 CE  Document 4 . how did the role of the Greek city-states change over time? Chapter 5: An Age of Empires: Rome & Han China. Chapter 7: Networks of Communication and Exchange. Chapter 6: India & SE Asia. 753 BCE .  Document 2 .

650  Document 2 .Students will consider how archeological findings lead them to believe that climate change may have played a part in the collapse of the Mayan civilization. o Examine how the following played a role under the Sui and Tang:  Market roads  Long-distant roads  The Grand Canal  Caravan and sea routes. Christian.Visual: Spanish Muslim woven silk textile fragment.Liao & Song Empires o Map . Am cultures o Map . o Compare and contrast the political and social structures of two empires:  Russia  Current as of Thursday.Andean Civilization  Activities o Archaeology ."  Document 3 . Chapter 9: Christian Societies Emerge in Europe. o DBQ 4: Evaluate the degree that scientific discovery and technological invention developed in Muslim. 600-1200  Sources o Map .Visual: Vertical two-beam loom. 2011-12 School Year Document 6 . 1271  Document 7 . 800 CE  Document 6 .AP World History Syllabus. Muslim scholar later known in Europe as the "prince of physicians. 600-1500  Sources o Map .Germanic kingdoms o Map .Maya Civilization o Map . April 12.Visual: Page from the book of Kells.Annals  Activities o Evaluate the impact of religion on the Europe from 600-1200. 2012 Page 8 of 18 . description of Indians he encountered while searching for Sanskrit scriptures to take back to China  Document 7 .Text: Roger bacon: despair over 13th-century learning. Book 28. from Compendium Studii Philosophiae.Constitution of Medina .Jin & Southern Song empires  Activities o Sophomore English Textbook poetry: Song of P'eng-ya by TuFu (pgs 460-461): discuss how the Tang Dynasty's dependence on local military commanders impacted Chinese society. 1088-1092 Chapter 11: Peoples and Civilizations of the Americas.Abbasid Caliphate  Activities o Evaluate the political changes and continuities over time in the Middle East from 600 to 1200. 600-1200  Sources o Map . 600-1200  Sources o Text .Text: Chinese traveler Xuanzang (600-664).Muslims and Jews at the dawn of Islam o Map . 12th century  Document 5 . Chapter 10: Inner and East Asia.Tang Empire o Map . and Chinese societies during the post-Classical age (600-1450).Text: Autobiography of Avicenna (980-1037). Number 3865.Visual: Su Song's astronomical clock.  Document 1 .11th century Kievan Russia and the Byzantine empire o Text .Spread of Christianity o Map .Visual: Iranian musicians from the Silk Road Chapter 8: The Rise of Islam.N.Text: Quran. 1100 CE  Document 4 .

Marco Polo .Visual: movable type: individual tiles .Treating Good News as No News").Trade & manufacture o Text . Chapter 14: The Latin West. o DBQ 6: Evaluate the factors that influenced cultural and technological diffusion in Eurasia and Africa up to the year 1500.Map: Mongol domains in Eurasia in 1300  Document 2 . and style.Map: Africa and Indian Ocean Basin.Map: The growth of printing in Europe.  Document 1 .Agreement w/Columbus Current as of Thursday. 2012 Page 9 of 18 . 1200-1500  Sources o Map .Africa & Indian Ocean o Map .Domains o Map .made printing easier and cheaper and contributed to increased levels of literacy.Summa Theologica o Map . analyze Marco Polo's travels with respect to Euro-Asian Trade.Middle America o Map .Africa o Map . 2011-12 School Year  Aztec  Tang China Chapter 12: Mongol Eurasia and its Aftermath. 1325-1354.Euro Exploration o Text .Map: Black Death in 14th century Europe  Document 7 .Conversion to Islam o Diagram . physical characteristics. Ming dynasty (1368-1644) but common in China since the 12th century.Western Eurasia o Map .the ones shown are Korean . Chapter 13: Tropical Africa and Asia.Text: Official chronicles of the upper-Rhineland towns (modern day Switzerland) 1350. medium.Visual: Confucian examination cells. and Africa.  Document 8 . April 12.1453 Europe o Text . 1200-1500  Sources o Map .Trade/travel arteries  Activities o Compare and contrast the social and economic characteristics of the Muslim caliphates and the Mongols in the Middle East from 600 to 1450. Chapter 15: The Maritime Revolution to 1550 (Oceania & Australia)  Sources o Map .  Document 4 .The Practice of Commerce o Text .  Document 6 .Indian/Pacific Oceans o Map .AP World History Syllabus.Students will consider the methods art historians use to date and authenticate oil paintings from the 15th century based upon the artists' usage of: linear perspective.Ming Empire  Activities o Using "The World that Trade Created" ("1.Black Death o Text .5 .Text: Travels of Ibn Battuta in the Near East. Asia.description of the world o Map .Magna Carta  Activities o Art History . describing Battuta's visit in Mali during the reign of Mansa Suleiman in 1353.  Document 3 .Rulers o Map .  Document 5 . 1200-1500  Sources o Graph .

letter to King Charles V. Chapter 16: Transformation in Europe. 1788 o Table . 2012 Page 10 of 18 . Chapter 17: The Diversity of American Colonial Societies.Chart: Transatlantic slave trade from Africa.Euros Indian Ocean  Activities  o Current as of Thursday.Population in China and Europe 1-1500 CE o Text .Religious Reformation o Text .Map: The Americas and early European exploration  Document 2 .World Population 5000 .1740 Europe  Activities o Evaluate the applicability of the term "reformation" as it applies to religion throughout Europe from 1500-1750. Chapter 19: SW Asia and the Indian Ocean.Text: Antonio Vazquez de Espinosa.Text: Letter from King Alfonso of Kongo to King Joao III of Portugal.Things in New Spain o Map . 1500-1750  Sources o Graph . 1526  Document 5 .  Document 1 .1 BCE o Graph . 1500-1750  Sources o Map .  Document 8 .  Document 6 .Charles V o Map .18th century Latin America o Map .Birth and death on a Jamaican sugar plantation. 1521  Document 3 .Text: Jorge Juan and Antonio de Ulloa.European claims  Activities o Examine the major elements of the Columbian Exchange and how it affected both Amerindians and Europeans.Treatise on Toleration o Map .Letter to Duchess Christina o Text . A Voyage to South America.Visual: Death from smallpox  Document 4 .16th/17th century Muslim empires o Map .Narrative by Olaudah Equiano o Map .Map: Colonial Latin America in the 18th Century  Document 7 .Atlantic slave trade o Text . Chapter 18: The Atlantic System and Africa. April 12. 1779-1785  Activities o DBQ 5: Analyze the social and political changes and continuities over time in the Americas and Africa from 1492-1750.Atlantic economy o Map . 1551-1850.AP World History Syllabus.Dominican voice in the wilderness Activities o Examine the role that religion played in driving the forces of exploration from Europe. 2011-12 School Year Text .Transatlantic Slave Trade from Africa o Text .West Africa o Table . 1530-1770  Sources o Text . 1735. Compendium and Description of the West Indies. a Spanish priest.Slave occupations on a Jamaican sugar plantation.Text: Hernan Cortes.Voyage to New Calabar o Map . 1625. 1550-1800  Sources o Chart .Martin Luther Table talk o Map .

1689-1725).  Document 5 .Qing Empire o Text .Text: Ebu's-Su'ud.How the Other Half traded")."  Document 1 . 1760-1851  Sources o Map .Text: Journal of Matteo Ricci.American Revolution war o Text . letter from Chinese emperor Qianlong (r.Haitian Revolution  Activities o What was the relationship between the French Revolution and the Haitian revolution and the revolution of 1848? Chapter 22: The Early Industrial Revolution.Edict & decrees  Activities o DBQ 7: Using the following documents. ruling on war against the Shi'ite Muslim Safavids of Iran.Some observations on Merchants o Map . 1570  Document 4 . 1635.Text: Zhang Han (1511-1593). Mufti of Istanbul.Napoleon's Europe o Map . Japanese Shogun who ruled from1623 to 1651. (but representative of Chinese thought throughout the 18th century). describing a Chinese court scene where Jesuit Missionaries were accused of high treason against the Chinese throne.Declaration of the rights of man) o Map . 1590. Trace significant changes and continuities in two of the following areas:  Social  Economic  Political o Using "The World that Trade Created" ("1.Text: Peter the Great. assess the validity of this statement: "The period from 1350 to 1750 was marked by increasing openness to foreign ideas.Declaration of Independence o Map . culture. ruling Ottoman emperor Selim II's plan to attack the Venetians in Crete.  Document 7 .Climate & diversity in the Qing o Map . Jesuit priest.  Document 6 . 1736-1796) to King George III of Britain.AP World History Syllabus.Russian Expansion o Text .Map: Ming Empire and Allies.Text: Edict on trade with Great Britain.Adam Smith & division of labor o Map .Industrial Europe  Activities o Current as of Thursday. Closed Country Edict.Visual: Iranian water pipe  Document 8 . Japan. Decree on the Invitation of Foreigners. 1702. 1750-1850  Sources o Text .  Document 3 . Mufti of Istanbul. examine the role of women in Southeast Asia/Oceania when interfacing/inter-marrying with European traders in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. and peoples. 1570. 1607. 1792. Ming scholar-bureaucrat who was raised in a textile merchant family.9 . Chapter 20: Northern Eurasia 1500-1800  Sources o Text . April 12.Edict on trade with Great Britain o Map . tsar of Russia (r.  Document 9 .Text: Ebu's-Su'ud. 2012 Page 11 of 18 . 2011-12 School Year The period 1450-1750 witnessed important transformations in Africa.Industrial Revolution o Text . 1368-15500 (including Zheng He voyages).Text: Tokugawa Iemitsu.  Document 2 . Chapter 21: Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World.

2011-12 School Year Analyze the main factors in changing European policies concerning their colonies in the 19th century.Ottoman / Russian empires o Text . 1850-1900  Sources o Text .Germany unification o Map . India. 1800-1870  Sources o Map .Japan modernization o Text .Chinese response to Imperialism  Activities o Political Science & the Economy . 2012 Page 12 of 18 .Extracts from Germany in the 19th century  Activities o Using Chart 26.2 to help outline your thoughts.Latin America o Text .Afro-Brazilian experience o Map .Tanzimat Decree o Map . o Choose one of the following empires and chronicle how its relationship with western Europe developed from 1750 to 1914:  Ottoman  Chinese  Russia Chapter 25: Africa.US expansion  Activities o What impacts of Spanish and Portuguese rule endured in Latin America in the post-colonial period? Chapter 24: Land Empires in the Age of Imperialism.Jamaica Letter o Map . April 12. 1762 o Current as of Thursday.Marx & Engel on global trade o Text . 1551-1850  Document 2 .AP World History Syllabus.Working men of all countries unite o Map . o DBQ 8: How did the political and economic changes and continuities from 1750 to 1914 influence the social order in Europe and the Americas? What additional kind(s) of document(s) would help historians analyze the cause-effect relationship among these developments?  Document 1 .Letter to Mitsubishi o Text .Ceremonies of imperial dominance o Map .European possessions in the Indian Ocean and South Pacific  Activities o Describe the changes and continuities that took place between 1750 and 1850. Chapter 26: The New Power Balance. Chapter 23: State Building and Economic Transformation in the Americas. 1800-1890  Sources o Text . The Social Contract. and the New British Empire. Include Australia and New Zealand in your answer and explain why those colonies were unusual in this period. compare and contrast the Japanese and Chinese responses to the challenge by Western powers.US growth o Map .Italy unification o Map .Qing conflicts o Text . 1750-1870  Sources o Map . using the Eastern part of the empire as an example.Text: Rousseu.Canada dominion o Map .19th century Africa o Map .1805 India o Text .Students will explore how economists view the influence of political relationships in dominating the flow of trade in the late 19th and early 20th century.Graph: Transatlantic slave trade from Africa.

Document 6 . 1900-1929  Sources o Map . the Philippines. and Hawaii? What impact did the Suez Canal have on imperialism in that region? o DBQ 9: Analyze the factors that encouraged and/or limited the rule of large empires in Africa and Eurasia from 1800 to 1914  Document 1 . Asia & the Pacific. and Latin America? How did it change between 1870 and 1914? o How did the New Imperialism affect SE Asia. April 12. Article 1.Comments on the German delegation o Text . 1895 Document 10 .Visual: Emmeline Pankhurst.  Document 4 .WWI in Europe o Text .Memo of the general Syrian Congress o Map .Text: Imperial Rescript.      Current as of Thursday.Visual: Arrest of a labor activists in Buenos Aires. early 20th century.Three peoples principals and the future of the Chinese people o Text . 1856.1 to help you brainstorm ideas: Compare and contrast dictatorial leadership structures of the USSR.Text: Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen. 2012 Page 13 of 18 .Convention on free navigation of the Suez o Map . 2011-12 School Year  Document 3 .Visual: Former Brazilian slave returns home from military service.Visual: Paris apartment at night. 1845 Document 7 .Territorial changes o Text . Viceroy of India. 1869-1914 (Africa. Italy. Chinese official in charge of stopping the opium trade in the city of Guangzhou (Canton). Indonesia.Africa 1878-1914 o Text .Text: Simon Bolivar. The Communist Manifesto.  Document 6 .Middle East post WWI  Activities o Using Chart 29. Olympe De Gouges.Map: Expansion and modernization of Japan.Two proclamations of the Boxer rebellion o Text . Germany. 1839-1861). 1707-1805  Document 2 .Text: US Constitution.Text: Lin Zexu. Letter to Queen Victoria. and/or Japan.Balfour declaration o Text . 1839  Document 3 . British women's suffragist. 1876.Text: Excerpt from a proclamation during the Boxer Rebellion.Two Africans recall arrival of Europeans o Map . being arrested.Economists analyzes the treaty and finds it lacking o Map .Visual: Opening of the Suez Canal.  Document 7 .Colonial possessions 1913  Activities o How did imperialism differ in Africa.Map: India. 1787  Document 4 .Woodrow Wilson's 14 points o Text . 1914. Asia. Chapter 28: The Crisis of the Imperial Order. Ottoman sultan Abdul Mejid (r.Letter from Turkey o Text . 1870 Document 9 . Chapter 27: The New Imperialism.Visual: South African diamond mine.Asia in 1914 o Map . Letter to Queen Victoria.Text: Karl Marx and Fredrich Engels.  Document 8 . The Jamaica Letter. 1869  Document 5 .AP World History Syllabus. 1868-1918. 1791  Document 5 . and Latin America)  Sources o Text . leader of South American independence movement in the 1820s. 1815. 1900.Text: Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton. Section 2.Europe in 1913 o Map . 1848 Document 8 .

WWII Europe & Africa o Text .World's largest cities o Text . Africa. (pgs 866-876)  Jews .2 to help brainstorm ideas: Analyze how one of the following regions' importance to the Cold War superpowers developed from 1945 to 1975:  Latin America  The Middle East  SE Asia Current as of Thursday. 1929-1949  Sources o Text .Palestinian National Charter o Map .AP World History Syllabus.Women.Indian National congress o Map .End of the USSR o Map .Comment on Algeria o Text . Examine what changes might have kept the USSR alive and extended the Cold War? Chapter 32: The end of the Cold War and the Challenge of Economic Development and Immigration.100 items for destroying the old and establishing the new o Text .Fresh Water (map)  Activities o Using Chart 31.Cold War confrontations o Map .Memoirs  Activities o Sophomore English Textbook short story (nonfiction): Examine the consequence of world conflict (WWII) on  Japanese Americans . Chapter 31: The Cold War and Decolonization. 1900-1949  Sources o Map .Middle East  Activities o Using "The Landscape of History: How historians Map the Past" (Chapter 4: the interdependency of variables .Rivonia Trial speech to the court o Map .VI). 1945-1975  Sources o Text . April 12.Partition of India o Text . Analyze the factors that sustained the Cold War. and Latin America. Chapter 30: Striving for Independence: India.Age structure comparison o Table . 19752000  Sources o Table .Islamic government o Text . 1750-2050 o Graph ."Night" by Elie Wiesel (pgs 854-859) o Using "This Fleeting World: A Short History of Humanity" ("Global Upheaval").Last heir of Lenin explains his reform plans o Map . analyze the continuity and change in Europe between 1929 and 1949. family values.China / Japan o Map .Decolonization o Text .Mexico revolution  Activities o Using "Salt: A World History" (chapter 21) Analyze salt's uses and impact on the British-Indian relationship. 2011-12 School Year Chapter 29: The Collapse of the Old Order."Farewell to Manzanar" by Jeanne Wakatsuki Houstin. and the Russian revolution o Map .World Population growth o Map . 2012 Page 14 of 18 .Decision to drop the bomb o Text .Population for world and major areas.

economic.  Document 5 .Declaration of jihad against Americans occupying the land of two holy mosques o Text .  Document 6 .  Document 4 .Text: "No more Miss America" ten-point manifesto by a radical New York women's group.Text: Gladys Acosta.AP World History Syllabus.1 to help you brainstorm ideas: How has the world moved toward more global unity in terms of Culture.Text: Gertrud Scholtz-Klink.Global wealth redistribution o Map . technology and political rights? o DBQ 10: Analyze the social. April 25th. by Kabaka Daudi Chwa (1897-1939).Text: Letter to Russian newspaper Izvestia regarding proposed law banning abortion. Chapter 33: New Challenges in a New Millennium  Sources o Map . Germany. and political challenges that women faced in the 20th century.Regional trade associations o Text . 2004  Document 9 .Text: Education. 1920. 2011-12 School Year  Sub-Sahara Africa. 1936. 1935.Visual: Chinese family planning campaign.Alliance of civilizations report of the high level group o Map .Text: Syrian Parliament debate about the relationship between gender and citizenship. and "Foreignization" in Buganda (Uganda). 2012 Page 15 of 18 . 1935.  Document 2 .World religions  Activities o Use Chart 33. April 12.Visual: Darfur refugees.  Document 3 . encouraging the public to limit families to one child in the 1980's  Document 8 .Clash of civilizations o Text .  Document 1 .Tehran declaration on dialogue among civilizations o Text . Nuremburg. Speech to the national Socialist Women's Association.Visual: Women political leaders Current as of Thursday. Civilization. 1994  Document 7 . militant Peruvian feminist.

Summer worksheets : 9/16 Note cards due & Test Chapter 1 Constitution Day 9/23 Note cards due & Test Chapter 2 9/30 Note cards due & Test Chapter 3 9/12 How to answer Multiple Choice Note Card Handout 9/19 Skill: 3 Types of Essays (DBQ) 9/26 Skill: 3 Types of Essays (Compare/Contrast) 9/13 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 1 Illustrating World History 9/20 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 2 Illustrating World History 9/27 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 3 Illustrating World History 9/14 SOAPStone Analysis 9/21 Doc: Hammurabi's code 9/28 Skill: 3 Types of Essays (Change over Time) Part 2 . to 1000BC . April 12.600AD Calendar (Chpts 4-7) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 10/3 Skill: 10/10 Illustrating WH chapter 5 10/17 Skill: 10/24 Skill: 10/4 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 4-5 Illustrating WH chapter 4 10/11 Note cards due & Test Chapters 4-5 10/18 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 6 Illustrating World History 10/25 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 7 Illustrating World History 10/5 Doc: DBQ-1 10/12 Debrief w/grades 10/19 Doc: DBQ-2 10/26 Doc: 10/6 Lecture Chapter 3 10/13 Parent-Teacher Conferences 10/20 Lecture Chapter 4-5 10/27 Lecture Chapter 6 10/7 DBQ-1 (Continued) 10/14 Parent-Teacher Conferences 10/21 Note cards due & Test Chapter 6 10/28 Note cards due & Test Chapter 7 Part 3 .Skills needed .based upon the work turned in last week or this week's assignments. Part 1 .Document work  Thursday .  Wednesday .The emergence of Human Communities.Lecture .  Tuesday. Notes due. to 600-1200 Calendar (Chapters 8-11) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 10/31 Skill: 11/7 Skill: 11/14 Skill: 11/21 Skill: 11/1 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 8 Illustrating World History 11/8 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 9 Illustrating WH chapter 8 11/15 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 10-11 Illustrating WH chapt 10 11/22 Illustrating WH chpt 11 11/2 Doc: DBQ-3 11/9 Doc: 11/16 Doc: 11/23 Thanksgiving Break 11/3 Lecture Chapter 7 11/10 Lecture Chapter 8 11/17 Lecture Chapter 9 11/24 Thanksgiving Break 11/4 Note cards due & Test Chapter 8 11/11 Veteran's Day 11/18 Note cards due & Test Chapters 10-11 11/25 Thanksgiving Break Current as of Thursday. 2011-12 School Year Pacing Guide The following will be your typical week which repeats itself for the most part:  Monday . 2012 Page 16 of 18 .AP World History Syllabus.The Formation of New Cultural Communities.Reading Quiz (multiple choice) & illustrating your questions to the class.based upon last week's test and weak points observed.Growth and Interaction of Cultural Communities.  Friday . to 500BC Calendar (Chapters 1-3) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 9/5 Labor Day 9/6 9/7 9/8 • Course Syllabus • Books Issued • 3x5 cards 9/15 5 steps to a Thesis 9/22 Lecture Chapter 1 9/29 Lecture Chapter 2 Friday 9/9 How to read a Textbook Due .Chapter Quiz & Note cards due.

Revolutions Reshape the World.AP World History Syllabus. 2011-12 School Year Part 4 . Day 1/23 1st Semester Review 1/30 Skill: 2/6 Skill: 1/10 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 16-17 Illustrating World History 1/17 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 18 Illustrating World History 1/24 1st Semester Review 1/31 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 19 Illustrating World History 2/7 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 20 Illustrating World History 1/11 Doc: 1/18 Doc: 1/25 1st Semester Review 2/1 End of 1st Semester Doc: DBQ-5 2/8 Doc: 1/12 Lecture Chapter 15 1/19 Lecture Chapter 16-17 1/26 1st Semester Exam 2/2 Lecture Chapter 18 2/9 Lecture Chapter 19 Friday 1/13 Note cards due & Test Chapters 16-17 1/20 Note cards due & Test Chapter 18 1/27 1st Semester Exam 2/3 Note cards due & Test Chapter 19 2/10 Note cards due & Test Chapter 20 Part 6 .The Globe Encompassed. April 12. to 1750-1870 Calendar (Chapters 21-25) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 2/13 Skill: 2/20 Presidents Day 2/27 Skill: 2/14 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 21/22 Illustrating World History 2/21 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 23/24 Illustrating World History 2/28 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 25 Illustrating World History 2/15 Doc: DBQ-7 2/22 Doc: 2/29 Doc: 2/16 Lecture Chapter 20 2/23 Lecture Chapter 21-22 3/1 Lecture Chapter 23-24 Friday 2/17 Note cards due & Test Chapters 21-22 2/24 Note cards due & Test Chapter 23-24 3/2 Note cards due & Test Chapter 25 Current as of Thursday. 2012 Page 17 of 18 . to 1500-1750 Calendar (Chapters 16-20) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 1/9 Skill: 1/16 MLK Jr.Interregional Patterns of Culture and Contact. to 1200-1550 Calendar (Chapters 12-15) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 11/28 Skill: 12/5 Skill: 12/12 Skill: 12/19 Christmas Break 12/26 Christmas Break 1/2 Skill: 11/29 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 12 Illustrating World History 12/6 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 13 Illustrating World History 12/13 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 14 Illustrating World History 12/20 Christmas Break 12/27 Christmas Break 1/3 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 15 Illustrating World History 11/30 Doc: DBQ-4 12/7 Doc: 12/14 Doc: 12/21 Christmas Break 12/28 Christmas Break 1/4 Doc: DBQ-6 12/1 Lecture Chapter 10-11 12/8 Lecture Chapter 12 12/15 Lecture Chapter 13 12/22 Christmas Break 12/29 Christmas Break 1/5 Lecture Chapter 14 12/2 Note cards due & Test Chapter 12 12/9 Note cards due & Test Chapter 13 12/6 Note cards due & Test Chapter 14 12/23 Christmas Break 12/30 Christmas Break 1/6 Note cards due & Test Chapters 15 Part 5 .

Perils and Promises of a Global Community.Global Diversity and Dominance. April 12.no school 4/9 Skill: 3/6 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 26 Illustrating World History 3/13 HSPE Testing 3/20 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 28 Illustrating World History 3/27 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 29 Illustrating World History 4/3 Spring Break .AP World History Syllabus.no school 4/11 Doc: 3/8 Lecture Chapter 25 3/15 HSPE Testing Lecture Chapter 26 3/22 Lecture Chapter 27 3/29 Lecture Chapter 28 4/5 Spring Break . to 1850-1945 Calendar (Chapters 26-30) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 3/5 Skill: 3/12 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 27 3/19 Skill: 3/26 Skill: 4/2 Spring Break .no school 4/12 Lecture Chapter 29 Friday 3/9 Note cards due & Test Chapter 26 3/16 Note cards due & Test Chapter 27 3/23 Note cards due & Test Chapter 28 3/30 Note cards due & Test Chapter 29 4/6 Spring Break . 2012 Page 18 of 18 .no school 4/10 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 30 Illustrating World History 3/7 Doc: 3/14 HSPE Testing Lecture Chapter 26 3/21 Doc: DBQ-8 3/28 Doc: DBQ-9 4/4 Spring Break .no school 4/13 Note cards due & Test Chapter 30 Part 8 . 1945-Present Calendar (Chapters 31-33) Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 4/16 Skill: 4/23 Skill: 4/30 Skill: 5/7 5/14 4/17 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 31 Illustrating World History 4/24 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 32 Illustrating World History 5/1 Reading Quiz & Notes Due Chapter 33 Illustrating World History 5/8 5/15 4/18 Doc: 4/25 Doc: DBQ-10 5/2 Lecture Chapter 32-33 5/9 5/16 4/19 Lecture Chapter 30 4/26 Lecture Chapter 31 5/3 Begin AP Exam Review 5/10 5/17 AP World Exam 4/20 Note cards due & Test Chapter 31 4/27 Note cards due & Test Chapter 32 5/4 5/11 5/18 Current as of Thursday. 2011-12 School Year Part 7 .

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